Here goes, I haven't had any major issues come up with my Mac until a month ago. My Macbook Pro is a mid-2010 (MBP 6,2), and I have recently been experiencing intermittent random kernel panics. It's like they will come and go; I may not have one for a week, and then all of a sudden I have like 3 in one day. Then it's like another couple days before anything happens (and I use my computer constantly). Here's essentially what's been happening: Prior to upgrading to Mavericks, I had Snow Leopard. System would crash (basically screen would go black at random and I wouldn't be able to do anything, and I would have to hit the power button to turn the computer off). Once it rebooted, it would rarely give me an option to send a log in to Apple, sometimes it wouldn't even acknowledge that there was a crash. To try and solve this issue, I have done the following: Ran Applejack and chose the option to do a deep scan after several of the kernel panics. Issue went away for awhile, but eventually came back. Stopped using Chrome (as I saw somewhere that people were having issues with it crashing their Macs). This also worked temporarily, but like the previous step, the kernel panics came back. Updated from Snow Leopard to Mavericks. Issue is still popping up. At least it gives me the option to send a log to Apple. Updated firmware (found it to be out of date); issue hasn't popped up yet; however I feel it's only a matter of time before it happens again. I am aware of the logic board issue that has happened with some Macs from my year group, however mine is outside of the 3 years from purchase date so if I have to take this in to get looked at by Apple, it's gonna cost me. (Also, no Apple stores are near me, I don't have the time right now to drive 4 hours away to get it looked at, and I really want to exhaust all other options before resorting to this) I will paste the latest log I was able to snag. Can anyone take a look at it and tell me what they think is going on here? Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. I am beating my head against a wall trying to figure this out.